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  • User research: This involves gathering information about users’ needs, goals, and pain points.
    This can be done through surveys, interviews, usability testing, and other methods.
  • Information architecture: This involves organizing the content of a product or service in a way
    that is easy to understand and navigate.
  • Wireframing: This involves creating low-fidelity sketches or mockups of a product or service’s interface. Wireframes are used to test the basic functionality and layout of a design before it is finalized.
  • Prototyping: This involves creating high-fidelity interactive prototypes of a product or service’s interface. Prototypes are used to test the usability and functionality of a design before it is launched.
  • Usability testing: This involves testing a product or service’s interface with real users to get feedback on its usability. Usability testing cann help to identify potential problems with a design and make sure that it is easy to use.
  • Evaluation: This involves assessing the overall effectiveness of a product or service’s user experience. Evaluation can be done through surveys, interviews, and other methods.
  • Branding: This involves creating a visual idetity for a product or service, including its logo, typography, and color scheme.
  • Content strategy: This involves developing a plan for the content that will be used in a product or service, including its tone, style, and format.
  • Accessibility: This involves ensuring that a product or service is accessible to people with disabilities.